Robotics – Arduino And Pi Projects – 3D Modelling – Flash Animation – Apps – IT – Plus More
Hello and welcome, below is a list of some of the best free useful and educational websites, covering a range of topics and subjects including, Robotics, Computing, Microcontrollers, Moding, Hacking, Science and Education.
DIY Hacking, has a collection of open source DIY projects and will help you to start building your own projects for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Intel Edison. Each tutorial comes with detailed step by step instructions on how to build them. They are also accompanied with pictures and videos for better understanding. If you have any questions about a project, you can post them below the tutorials as comments and they will get back to you!
Instructables, is a website specializing in user-created and uploaded do-it-yourself projects, which other users can comment on and rate for quality. It was created by Eric Wilhelm and Saul Griffith and launched in August 2005. Instructables is dedicated to step-by-step collaboration among members to build a variety of projects. Users post instructions to their projects, usually accompanied by visual aids, and then interact through comment sections below each instructable step as well as in topic forums.
The Old Robots Web Site, is a very comprehensive list of mainly consumer robots mostly from the late 1970’s and early 1980’s to present day, as well as a few custom robots too. Ranging from small dinky style toy robots to the rear and impressive sized Omnibots series and everything in between including transformers etc, this site contains a lot of useful information, including original manuals and documents in downloadable formats such as pdf files, and is the number one, one stop shop for all your retro robot inquires / data. This site is also grate for checking information on retro robots, if you intend to purchases them on eBay / the web.
NB : They also have a really great YouTube channel called, you guessed it, The Old Robots.
All About Circuits (AAC), since its founding in 2003, AAC has grown into one of the largest online electrical engineering communities. It is a positive, open community of engineers that enjoy sharing knowledge and ideas. The AAC community takes pride in educating electrical engineers as they grow their experience and knowledge.
Electronics Point :
Electronics Point was founded in 2005 by a young electrical engineer located in the UK while at University. His efforts over the last decade have helped it become a community where members can discuss, advise and debate electronics-related topics.
Electronics Point looks to promote the community through technology commentary, community research, and interviews with the engineers who are designing the future. Electronics Point’s aim to explore up-and-coming components, designs, and consumer products and assess the pending progress of the industry as it relates to the hardware engineer. Electronics Point’s want to uncover the people behind the hardware, better understand their lives and habits, and knit together a community of big-picture thinkers.
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